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29th February – Midweek Lenten Service

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WATCH VIDEO OF SERVICE  Welcome to the third of our midweek Lenten services. During Lent we’re exploring some of the spirituality of the great saint, St. Benedict. St. Benedict of Nursia, who lived from 480-550, was an Italian monk who founded monasteries which exist to the present day. They were centres of worship, prayer and […]

25th February – Service of Thanksgiving

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WATCH VIDEO OF SERVICE  Wherever you are, we welcome you to this special service of thanksgiving to mark the completion of our accessibility project. We are delighted to be joined by the architects of our project, as well as neighbours in the surrounding area. Our guest speaker is Beverley McGeown, musical director of Open Arts […]

22nd February – Midweek Lenten Service

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WATCH VIDEO OF SERVICE  Welcome to the second of our midweek Lenten services. During Lent we’re exploring some of the spirituality of the great saint, St. Benedict. St. Benedict of Nursia, who lived from 480-550, was an Italian monk who founded monasteries which exist to the present day. They were centres of worship, prayer and […]

15th February – Midweek Lenten Service

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WATCH VIDEO OF SERVICE  Welcome to the first of our midweek Lenten services. During Lent we’ll explore some of the spirituality of the great saint, St. Benedict. St. Benedict of Nursia, who lived from 480-550, was an Italian monk who founded monasteries which exist to the present day. They were centres of worship, prayer and […]

11th February – Sunday before Lent

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WATCH VIDEO OF SERVICE  We warmly welcome you to our service of Holy Communion on the Sunday before Lent. Today, we’ll be focusing on the readings – 2 Corinthians 4:3-6 and Mark 9:2-9. This is my Son, whom I love. Listen to him!  

4th February – 2nd Sunday before Lent

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WATCH VIDEO OF SERVICE  We warmly welcome you to our Connect service on the 2nd Sunday before Lent. We’re continuing to think of our theme, ‘The Kingdom of God’ and, today, we acknowledge that, sometimes, the Kingdom is quiet and hidden.